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Class at all Cost (Faculty)... 2 
Going First Class (Graduates) 10 
Up and Coming (Underclass- 
men) 22 

Finesse at the Finish Line 

(Sports) 38 

Cultured Clubs (Activities) .. 56 

Ads 72 

Going First Class With The 
First Class 

Yearbook Staff: 

Sr. Muriel — Advisor 
Mrs. Brian — Advisor 
Lisa Phillips — Editor 
Karen Moriarty — Co-Editor 
Brenda Laporte — Co-Editor 



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A TOUCH OF CLASS 




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Within the past year, there have 
been many changes in the way things 
are being done at Marianhill. In addi- 
tion to stressing the importance of 
academics and extra curricular activi- 
ties the new administration has equal- 
ly stressed the essential ingredient of 
pride in all things. Many benefits have 
resulted from the change of adminis- 
tration. The improved areas of the 
school and the new look have raised 
the spirits of those involved with Mar- 
ianhill. 

Fr. Jalbert and Sr. Muriel have put 
many hours into the refurbishing of 
the school. The money that has been 
poured into Marianhill has been used 
wisely. The cafeteria was completely 
renovated. The walls were done over 
and silhouettes were painted on 
them: the silhouettes indicate our 
spiritual, academic and athletic pro- 
grams. New lockers were installed for 
the junior high students and electron- 
ic typewriters are at the fingertips of 
all the typing students. 

More important than the physical 
appearance of Marianhill is the atmo- 
sphere. The students are proud of the 
things they accomplish and they see 
more and more students getting in- 
volved in extracurricular activities. 
We hope to increase the enrollment 
and we are well on our way. 

Looking back on the past year and 
the school's academic and physical 
changes, we see how Marianhill is 
growing with A TOUCH OF CLASS. 



Marianhill Central Catholic H.S. 
20 Marcy Street 
Southbridge. MA. 01550 



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A Word of Thanks 

Marianhill High School would 
like to take this opportunity to 
express sincere thanks to Most 
Reverend Timothy J. Harring- 
ton and Superintendent of 
Schools, Rev. James J. Aquino. 
Your interest, concern and pray- 
erful support is greatly appreci- 
ated by the Marianhill communi- 
ty. 



Most Reverend Timothy J. Harrington 




Superintendent of Schools, Rev. James J. Aquino 



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Fr. Norman Jalbert 



Sr. Muriel Audette, S.S.A. 




Philosophy 



Miss Linda Bartolomei 



Mrs. Dara Brian 



Pope John Paul II stated that 
Catholic education must make a 
contribution to the church and 
to society. It must educate 
young men and women who will 
be capable and willing to as- 
sume tasks in the service of the 
community and of society in 
general and to bear witness to 
their faith before the world. And 
finally, to be what it ought to be, 
a Catholic school must set up, 
among its faculty and students, 
a real community which bears 
witness to a living and operative 
Christianity, a community 
whose sincere commitment is 
for development of the total in- 
dividual. It is this goal to which 
Marianhill Junior-Senior High 
School is dedicated. 





Mrs. Kathleen Brown 



Mrs. Mary Chosta 



Fr. Chester Devlin 




Mr. John Pace Mr. Clifford Muldoon Mr. Richard Niddrie 



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Mrs. Phyllis Lamontagne 




A Word to Mrs. L 

Some people go through life with- 
out having met anyone who has in- 
spired them to think of greater 
heights. We, the Senior class, have 
met that person here on the faculty at 
Marianhill. Mrs. Phyllis Lamontagne 
is that person. We are most grateful 
for all that has been done for us. 

Mrs. Lamontagne, or Mrs. L as she 
is affectionately known, came to Mar- 
ianhill when we were beginning our 
freshman year of high school. We be- 
gan one of the greatest challenges of 
our life: to attend all of Mrs. L's Eng- 
lish classes and to pass them. She, 
unselfishly, has given us more than 
we could ever return. Her dedication 
and perseverance reaches far deeper 
than just teaching us what is re- 
quired. And so, we have learned more 
than just Literature from her: we have 
learned how to give, how to be unself- 
ish, and how to sacrifice for the sake 
of others. We have learned that we 
can reach beyond the wildest expec- 
tations that we and others have 
placed on us. Mrs. Lamontagne has 
shown us how to surmount all obsta- 
cles. 

Mrs. L, thank you for being you and 
for all that you have done. We will 
always love you. 



Mrs. Lorraine Croke Mrs. Pauline Maramo 



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Soon the Class of 1985, the Senior 
class, our class, will be leaving 
Marianhill to live our adult lives. We will 
leave behind our high school years, but 
take with us the memories. During our 
years at Marianhill, we have been touched 
both academically and socially, by the 
administration, the faculty and our fellow 
students. You have been our family, our 
friends. Because of you, we will do 
everything with pride, with A Touch of 
Class. 




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Suzanne Beaudry 



"Sue" 

May 29, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

Basketball, Drama Club, Volleyball, 
Photo Club, Softball, Musicals. 
"Life is too important to be taken seri- 
ously." 

Upon leaving Marianhill, I would 
like to offer a few words of wisdom to 
my friends here. Life is important — 



take it seriously but not too seriously. 

High school years are the best. You 
should laugh and enjoy life and your 
friends as much as you can. Make the 
best of your Marianhill years. Before 
leaving, I'd like to say thanks to all at 
Marianhill for making my past six 
years here the best. 

There is one person I'll never for- 
get. I'll love you always, Dave Hillis. 



Kathryn Canty 



"Kate" 
May 9, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, Prom 
Committee. 

"Pseudo", "Basically", "Wicked Ta- 
boo" 

My many days at Marianhill 
Seemed at times like a bitter pill. 
It sometimes felt like there'd be no 

end, 

But the broken hearts always did 
mend. 

Wherever you look there was a friend, 



Someone always had a helping 
hand to lend. 
The times were good, the times were 
bad, 

I'll always remember the times we've 
had. 

As I look back on memories, so fond 
Time will never break the many 
bonds. 

I'll keep you all close to my heart, 
But I wish we'd never have to part. 
There comes a time to say goodbye, 
But the memories of you, all, will nev- 
er die. 



Robert Chaphe 



"Scott" 

October 25, 1967 
Tonawonda, N.Y. 

Ski Club, Baseball, Computer Club. 
"Born to be wild" 



Favorite Song: Then Came The Last 
Days of May 

Favorite Group: Blue Oyster Cult 

Favorite Color: Black 

Goal in Life: To make money 



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Sean Costa 



September 27, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

Fare thee well, and if forever, still for- 
ever fare thee well. 
Byron 

I say farewell to everyone, 



It's time for me to go. 
You've touched me in a special way, 
And you've really helped me grow. 
I hope that we will meet again, 
Because you mean a lot to me. 
And who knows what the future holds 
For it's very hard to see. 



David Flynn 



December 14, 1967 Changing me . . 

Worcester, MA For the best. 

Computer Club, Chess Club. My school sets 

"The man who dies with the most My goals at 

toys, wins." The best. 

My school has 

The many thoughts Changed 

Of change: Me . . . 

My life has My life.. 

Changed . . . My future. 
My schooling 



Anthony Germano 



Tony 

Computer Club, Literature Magazine, 
NHS, Newspaper, Student Council, 
Editor of Play Booklet. 
"It was during those difficult times 
that I carried you." 

As man travels the different paths 
of life, he is faced with various situa- 
tions. Some roads will be very 
smooth for him, well lit by sunshine 



and garnished by the beauty of flow- 
ers. Others, however, will be rocky 
and filled with sadness and trials. It is 
the wise man who sits back and takes 
in the beauty of God's creation while 
on the first path, examines, learns 
and strives through the second path, 
and gives thanks, daily, for the people 
around him that he shares both paths 
with. 



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William A. Hickman 



"Bill", "Bah" 
October 31, 1966 

Musical, Computer and Chess Club 
"Sounds like a personal problem to 

me." 

"Hold fast to dreams, 
For if dreams die, 
Life is a broken wing bird, 
That cannot fly. 
Hold fast to dreams, 
For when dreams go, 
Life is a barren field of 
Frozen snow." 



Remember these words with heart 
and soul. 

Do your best and achieve your goal. 
School is short and does not last 
Your years at MHS will soon be past. 
For I know, 

Often times I've wished them away 
Only now to realize I want to go back 
and relive a day. 

Reverse my time and start a new . . . 
You think I'm kidding but you'll see. 
Your day will come and you too 
will think like me. 



Stephen J. Kupiec 



"Chooch" 

January 16, 1967 

Worcester, MA 

Computer Club, Chess Club 

"Work hard and you shall succeed." 

My years at Marianhill were very 
special. I thoroughly enjoyed all the 



time spent at school, from being with 
my friends to the learning which took 
place in each class. 

Right now my days at high school 
are numbered, but the future says 
keep on going . . . Life goes on ... All I 
want to say is, I wish the best to every- 
one. 



Brenda Laporte 



"Bertha", "Tuggy" 
March 12, 1968 

Yearbook, NHS, Basketball, Softball, 
Cross Country, 

"So what are we doing this week- 
end?" 

Over the years, I have seen many 
changes both in myself and in the 
school. My previous introverted man- 
ner, which could have been mistaken 
as arrogance, is no longer a part of 
me. As for the changes in administra- 
tion, athletics, academics and the 



physical appearance of MHS, I feel 
that they are a plus. I have accom- 
plished things to be proud of in the 
areas of academics, of athletics and I 
see the realization of certain goals. A 
certain achievement I am proud of is 
receiving the Harvard Book Prize in 
my junior year. Fortunately, my par- 
ents, teachers, and former headmas- 
ter, Mr. Doyle, have supported me in 
my endeavors. 

I leave MHS happy and with much 
pride in myself and a great deal of 
pride in my school. 



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Stephen Larkin 



"Larks" 

March 27, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

Ski Club, Musical, Newspaper, NHS, 
French Club, European Club, Class 
Officer, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball 
"How's it going?" 

Pet Peeve: When you have a really 
bad seat at a concert. 



Favorite song: "Going For The One" 
"Close To the Edge" 
Favorite group: "YES" 
Favorite color: Blue 
Goal in life: To get my PhD 
Stephen will most likely be remem- 
bered for wearing shorts to school 
and having Athens pizza delivered to 
the school. 



Colleen Lemanski 



"Red", "Coll", "Oatmeal" 
November 28, 1967 
Softball, Basketball, Volleyball, 
Chess Club, French Club, Prom Com- 
mittee. 

Back in ninth grade, I was so shy. 

Ask anyone, that's no lie. 

Now Kate and I love to fool 

Lots of times we loose our cool. 

We have a new headmaster who is 
really keen, 

Now we have golf, tennis, and volley- 
ball teams. 



The cafeteria got a new coat of paint 
The smell still makes you faint. 
At school there are different sports 
Most of which we play on a court. 
Softball, volleyball and basketball 

have been fun, 
But now my years at Marianhill are 

done. 

Every day has gone by fast, 
Soon high school will be a part of my 
past. 

But I can be happy as the days pass, 
Knowing they went with 
"A Touch of Class. " 



Maura Mclntyre 



"Moe" 

November 3, 1967 

Scituate, MA 

Varsity Cheerleading 

"One's not half two, two are halves of 

one." 

FRIENDS 
Friends are hard to come by, 
Friends are hard to choose, 



A real friendship never dies 
Good friends you never loose. 

Friends are not like autumn leaves 
You find everywhere 
But friends are like diamonds 
Very precious and rare. 

Thanks class of '85 for being my 
FRIENDS! 



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Karen Moriarty 



"Kar" 

October 11, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

NHS, Class officer, Basketball, Year- 
book, Softball, Prom Committee, 
Computer, Newspaper, and Chess 
Club 

The contribution I've made to the 
growth of MHS is minimal in compari- 
son to what the school has contribut- 
ed to my growth. My experiences 
with academics, extracurricular ac- 
tivities and friendships have brought 
to my attention the tremendous 



amount of responsibility the world de- 
mands. 

My positions as president of NHS, 
president of my class and co-editor of 
the Yearbook have allowed me to de- 
velop my skills of leadership and of 
dealing effectively with people. In- 
deed, I have learned how to work with 
people and how to make decisions 
and stand by them. 
I have been fortunate enough to have 
the backing of my friends when I 
needed it most, and I wish to thank 
them for all their support. 



Steven Morrill 



"Morrs" 

Jarnuary 26, 1967 
Milford, Conn. 

Computer Club, Chess Club, Back- 
gammon Club, Basketball, Baseball, 
Soccer 

"I understand about indecision but I 
don't care if I get behind, people living 
in competition, all I want is to have 
my peace of mind." 
Boston 



Pet Peeve; bad influences 

Favorite Song: What Is And What 

Should Never Be 

Favorite Groups: Foreigner, Led Zep- 
pelin, .38 Special, Aerosmith 
Favorite Color: Blue 
Goal in Life: To be successful, 
healthy, and rich 

Most Likely To Be Remembered For: 
Being last when finishing tests 



Sarah 

October 12, 1967 
Southbridge, MA 

Cheerleading, Student Council, Ski 
Club, Musical 



Morrison 

"Happiness is a butterfly which when 
pursued by us is just beyond our 
grasp but if we will sit down quietly, 
may alight upon you" 



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Ronald Motyka 



"Captain Mo", "Moky" 
August 23, 1966 
Southbridge, MA 

Soccer, Baseball, Basketball, Trivia 
Club. 

"Hey Big Guy" 

The changes at Marianhill especial- 
ly in the area of discipline have 
brought more than order, they have 
brought respect and responsibility. 



The mutual respect of administration 
and faculty has fostered a common 
bond called trust. This trust has been 
shown in the giving of responsibility 
to each student. However, this new 
responsibility is not considered a bur- 
den rather it is looked upon as a privi- 
lege. The students seem happy and 
they seem to realize that caring and 
interest can go a long way. 



Lisa Phillips 



"Liz", "Liser", "Brain" 

February 18, 1967 

Basketball, Softball, Musical, NHS, 

Computer, Newspaper, Student 

Council, Yearbook. 

"Never measure the height of a 

mountain until you reach the top." 

Soon I'll be saying goodbye, at least 
temporarily, to all my friends: Marian- 
hill and my classmates. I came as a 



bespecled, unsure, awkward Seventh 
grader and I will be leaving as a ma- 
ture, responsible adult. 

I would like to thank everyone, fac- 
ulty and students, and all my friends, 
who helped me become the young 
adult. Though I have never often men- 
tioned it, nor often showed it, per- 
haps, I'll remember all of you. I love 
you all. 



Brian Veinot 



"Fog" 

July 5, 1967 
Webster, MA 

Basketball, NHS, Computer Club, 
Chess Club, Trivia Club 
"What?" 

During my years at Marianhill, I 
have benefited both intellectually and 
emotionally due to the efforts and in- 
terest of the students and faculty. 
The people at Marianhill have helped 
me to become a better person. In turn, 
I have tried to help others: those stu- 



dents in need of my talents in comput- 
ers and in math. 

During the past few months, there 
have been many changes in the 
school. I know that in the next few 
years even more changes will take 
place and my only regret is that I will 
not be here to witness "a new 
growth." 

The Marianhill Class of '85 is an 
extremely wonderful class. The stu- 
dents are very warm and caring. I am 
grateful for my Marianhill experience. 
I will miss both faculty and students. 



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Exchange Student The Artistic Touch 




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The Scholarly Approach Fashion Flair 




The Winning Attitude 




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Vtfi Octet 



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The youngest class, the class of 1990, 
will be graduating at the beginning of 
a new decade. This year's eighth grade 
class is readying to enter high school. The 
ninth graders are looking forward to 
choosing their class rings, a symbol of their 
high school years. The Junior Class is 
preparing to take the place of the Seniors, 
preparing for their adult lives. We, as 
underclassmen, are readying ourselves for 
the days after Marianhill, taking with us an 
important ideal: Let all that we do be done 
with pride! 




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Kathy Alberque AnnMarie Beauboeuf 



Laura Belanger 



Vance Brousseau 




David Brown 



Susan Gibson 



Michael Brunstetter 



David Croke 



Justin Earls 



Sarah Ferguson 




Wayne Graves 



Kristen Hennessey 



Tara Igoe 



David Kelley 



A Word From 
The Class Of '86 



While the class of '86 may not be 
very orthodox in its ways, we are a 
fun group. Never lacking in spirit or in 
unity, we aspire to be the best class 
Marianhill has ever known. With such 
a wide variety of talent, how could we 
be anything but the best. Next year 
we will be missing the seniors, but 
hopefully, we will be more than ade- 
quate replacements. 

Christopher Marino 




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A Word From 
The Class of '87 



Speaking as President of the Soph- 
omore class, our major goal is to raise 
money. We intend to do this by hav- 
ing dances, car washes, and bake 
sales. Once we earn the money, we 
are going to use it to put on a great 
prom. 

In addition to this goal, we also 
hope to unite the class as well as the 
school. Doing this will make it easier 
to work together, to have pride in ev- 
erything we do. Hopefully everything 
we do, will be done with A Touch Of 
Class. 

David Hillis 




Lisa Alberque 



Lynn Annese 



Matasha Asturias 



Michael Beaudry 



Peter Arpin 




Karen Ceppetelli 




Karen Cummings Michael Cunningham 



Bonnie DiPietro 



Scott Ellis 




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Tracy Asselin 



Kathleen Bergin 



Joanne Bousquet 




A Word From The Class Of '88 

The Freshman Class's major goal this 
year is to start what we hope will become 
an annual tradition. The Sunday before Val- 
entines Day, we wish to hold a Mass, served 
by Fr. Jalbert, in our gym for students and 
their families. After the Mass, we will have 
a brunch in the cafeteria. We feel that this 
will bring our "family" closer together. 

We also wish to accomplish a sense of 
pride and school spirit, all done with A 
Touch Of Class. 

Shannon Shropshire 



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Daryl Caouette 



John Caucis 



Chris Chaphe 



Christos Chios 



David Christensen 




Class Officers 



Left to Right: 

Vice President: 

Jilanne Savary 

Treasurer: 

Karen Brunstetter 

President: 

Shannon Shropshire 

Secretary: 

Karen Cunningham 



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Hurray! Things are definitely looking up 
at MHS in the athletic department. 
Three new sports, volleyball, golf, and 
tennis have been added to the much 
improved sports program. Also, there have 
been a few newcomers welcomed on our 
athletic faculty. Mr. Mayes, our athletic 
director, has done a super job in scheduling 
games, recruiting other players and 
obtaining new uniforms and equipment. 
Due to the rising interest and enthusiasm of 
the students, Marianhill is sure to see many 
winning seasons in the future. 




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On The 
Move 

On a late summer in August, seven- 
teen people formed the Marianhill 
soccer Team. On November 1, 1984, 
the team's final record stood at 4-11- 
1. In order to have achieved this feat, 
the soccer team possessed two traits, 
determination and perseverance, 
which challenged them to be the best 
team possible. They repeatedly heard 
the words of their new coach Dave 
DiGregorio: "Go out there with pride 
and class." 





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A Marianhill Classic 

When one hears the names Wimb- 
ledon, the World Series, or the Olym- 
pics, one thinks of classics. Another 
sports classic destined to be added to 
this illustrious list is: The Annual Mar- 
ianhill Volleyball Tournament. 

The First Annual Tournament was 
held on October 19, 1984. The partici- 
pants included parents, faculty and 
students. 

The Friday night of the tournament 
was one filled with excitement, chal- 
lenge, competition, and just plain 
family enjoyment. Truly, we are off to 
a good start; we are on our way to 
greater happenings and events. 
Finals: Bubba's Bandits vs. 

Musci's Maulers 
Game 1: 10-15 (Maulers) 
Game 2: 12-15 (Maulers) 







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Cats on 
the Run 

In early September, Junior, Sue 
Gibson and Sophomore, Shari Ste- 
vens unfortunately discovered that 
MHS did not plan on having a girls 
cross country team this year. Due to 
their determination to have a team, 
they asked an experienced runner, 
Meg Fox, to coach and also encour- 
aged other girls to join them in form- 
ing a team. 

The team had only two meets this 
year, one versus Notre Dame Acade- 
my and the other versus Bartlett High 
School. However, in both meets, the 
team demonstrated spirit, determina- 
tion, and class. Senior, Brenda La- 
porte, placed first for MHS in both 
meets and third (versus Notre Dame) 
and sixth (versus Bartlett) overall. 
Not far behind her were Sue Gibson 
and Shari Stevens. Laura St. John, 
Maria Lundrigan, Kris Kelley, Melissa 
Kneeland, Jennifer Gauthier, Tricia 
Podlesak, Michelle Harris, and Nata- 
sha Asturias also reached the line. 





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COACHES: CREATIVITY, 
CHARACTER, and CLASS 



New faces have appeared on 
the Marianhill athletic staff. As 
previously mentioned, Marian- 
hill now has an enthusiastic ath- 
letic director, Mr. Ron Mayes. 
An athletic director can be very 
important to a school's success 
in athletics. The job includes the 
scheduling of games, the pur- 
chasing of new uniforms and 
equipment, and even the task of 
encouraging students to join the 
schools' teams. Joining Mr. 
Mayes in the ranks are Mrs. 
Jeannine Lambert. (Girls' Soft- 



ball and Basketball), Mrs. Marga- 
ret Fox (Cross-Country), Ms. 
Cindi Wood (J.V. Softball), Ms. 
Linda Bartolomei (Volleyball), 
Mr. Alan Beaudry (Girls' Basket- 
ball assist.) Mr. Gerry Nadeau 
(Boys' Varsity Basketball), Mr. 
Ken Sivret (J.V. Boys' Basket- 
ball), Mr. David DiGregorio (Soc- 
cer) and Mr. John Pace (Base- 
ball). Hopefully, these deter- 
mined coaches will put MHS 
where it belong, IN THE DIS- 
TRICTS! 




Mr. Ronald Mayes 




Miss Linda Bartolomei 



To the left: Mr. Alan Beaudry and 
Mrs. Jeannine Lambert, the girls' bas- 
ketball coaches, stand proudly with 
the captains, Kate Canty and Karen 
Moriarty. 




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WILDCATS OPEN WITH 
NEW COACH, YOUNG TEAM 




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LET'S BOOGIE!! 



The Season 

BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL 
December 



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13 
17 
19 
27 
28 

January 

2 
11 
15 
18 
22 
24 
28 
February 

1 Notre Dame (Fitch.) 

5 at Bay Path 

8 Whitinsville 
13 at St. Mary's 
19 Sutton 



Douglas 
Tourtelotte 
IN. Brookfield 
at Quaboag 
Christmas Tourney 
Christmas Tourney 

at Bancroft 

at Notre Dame (Fitch.) 
Marianapolis 
Tantasqua 
Bay Path 
Eagle Hill 
St. Mary's 



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WILDCAT GIRLS ON THE PROWL 




Canty's 27 points propels 
Wildcats to 53-37 triumph 



— Playing what coach Jeannine 
Lambert described as "a super 
game," the Marianhill Central Catho- 
lic High School girls defeated St. 
Mary's yesterday, 53-37. 

The game was dominated by Kate 
Canty, who scored 27 points and 
hauled down 18 rebounds. 

"She played a terrific game," Lam- 
bert said. 

It was a good day all-around for the 
Wildcats as Lambert said they played 



excellent offensively, defensively — 
"and we hit our free throws." 

In addition to Canty's 27 points, 
Chris Brown score 10, Karen Brun- 
stetter nine, Karen Cunningham 
eight, and Karen Moriarity one. 

Marianhill, now 4-7, put the game 
away early as it jumped to a 28-17 
halftime lead. 

Lambert said she hopes the Wild- 
cats end the season on a high note by 
reaching the .500 mark. 



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JUNIOR HIGH BOYS HOOP 




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Back row from left to right: Andrea Norton, 
Anne-Marie Servant, Barbara Saad, Laura 
St. John, Lori Sampson, and Julie Mar- 
quardt. 

Front row from left to right: Lisa Alberque, 
Sarah Ferguson, Kristen Hennessey, Mau- 
reen Morrill, and Maura Mclntyre. 



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With the new look at Marianhill and 
the increased sports program, came 
the variety of school activities. A student 
can choose from newspaper to yearbook, 
trivia to master mind, drafting to skiing. In 
addition to these choices, there is also the 
annual musical, the April vacation trip, the 
Snowball and the ever-popular prom. Old 
and new activities have combined to make 
a student's life more than just academics. 




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The Spirit 



. . . In Competition 




In Song 



of Marianhill . . . 



. . . In Participation 




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IDomen lOith A 




June 5, 1913 — June 23, 1984 

Thank you Sister Helen for being 
part of our lives. 




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Best Wishes Class of '85 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of '85 

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MARC A. ARS€NAULT 

President 




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SHEET METAL CO., INC. 



INDUSTRIAL FABRICATORS 



TEL 764-6326 

126 ASHLAND AVENUE 



P. 0. BOX 126 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS 




"Paintin Place" 



ATWOOD'S 
INTERIOR DECORATING 

SIXTY TWO CENTRAL STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE. MASSACHUSETTS 



Home of Early American Wallpapers • Paints & Stains 
Fabrics - Frames - Custom Drapes - Custom Framing 



PAULINE D. ATWOOD 
1-617-764 7527 



COLOR CONSULTANT 
DECORATOR 



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All The Best Of Sturbridge-- 
£hQ^ All At One Location. 




Ail natural cooking at our 
Company Restaurant. 

Soups made from scratch 
daily, seasonings from our 
own herb gardens, recipes 
only we know—now this is 
good eating. Real good. 



Huge selection of country 
furnishings, handmade 
braided rugs, stencils and 
much, much more in our 
Furniture Store. Come 
early, because a single 
afternoon passes too quickly 
for serious browsers. 



Handmade tin items from 
our Tinsmith Shop. We 

design and make everything 
with painstaking craftsman- 
ship that would earn an 
approving nod from your 
forebears We do custom 
work too. 



Fresh herbs and herbal 
arrangements from Brother Erb's. 

Available unadulterated by 
weighf or in special recipe 
blends All carefully nurtured 
in our own gardens. 



BROTHER JONATHAN'S 

route 20 sturbndgc ma 01566 



Send for Catalog of Country Furniture 
or call toll-free 1-800-343-0984 



BURN HAM 



AND NALE 



INSURANCE 



■ AGENCY ■ 



• The only agency in Southbridge that 

runs your Registry errands. 

• More professional insurance designations 

than all other area agents combined — 
by a factor of three. 

• More companies 

• Convenient parking 

• Low, low rates 

• Consulting services 

CALL FOR A QUOTE 

Compare us with ANY other Agency 
in ANY way — you'll choose 



Burnham and Nale Insurance Agency 
19 Everett Street 

Southbridge, MA 01550 Ra V Burnham, CPU, CLU, ARM, AIM, Aid, or Nancy Nale 

(617)- 765-0651 *~ a " us BEFORE you need us 



• Faster claims 

• A+ Companies 

• Auto, Home, Life 

• No counter 



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H. C. Bartlett Insurance Agency, Inc. 
Webster Insurance Planning, Inc. 

135 THOMPSON ROAD • WEBSTER, MA 01570 




Something for Everyone 


CHARLTON 


CARD 


a Kin v 


GIFTS 




RT. 20 






CHARLTON CITY, MA 01508 


P. O. BOX 454 






TEL.: 248-7445 


PHYLLIS J. GEMBOSKI 



THE BOOKIES 

918 Main St. 
Big Bunny Plaza 
Southbridge 
OVER 30,000 PREREAD 

PAPERBACKS 

DISCOUNTED APPROX. 50% 
Best Sellers to Classics 



Congratulations Class of '85 



943-5220 



/CHEVROLET^ 



Chris Chevrolet, Inc. 



119 WEST MAIN STREET 
CHRIS GEOTIS DUDLEY, MASSACHUSETTS 01 570 



Best Wishes Seniors 
from 

Brodeur Furniture 

168 Mechanic St. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



Congratulations Class of '85 



vranen 



The Diamond Center 



Scott A. Garieri, Jeweler Manager 




11 CENTRAL STREET, 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MA, 



ASK *BOUT OUR 
□ Alternative Financing 

Pamphlet 
IV IP Referral 

Program for Relocating 



LB 



MLS 



RAIPH L( ICONIC) 



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BUSINESS PHONE: 765-5569 
HOME PHONE: 347-9245 
UNISEX 



CAROL WILLIS 
222 Main Street 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



Ample parking in rear 
Located beneath Home & Hastings 



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Congratulations 
from 



Cranston 
Print Works 



— Worcester Rd. 
Webster, MA. 01570 



Restaurant 



Lounge 



FRENCHY'S 



44 Hamilton Street 
Southbridge, MA 01550 
(617) 764-4683 
PROPRIETORS: 
Lucien E. & Paul A. Fontaine 



ROLAND GAUTHIER AND ASSOCIATES 

159 MAIN STREET 
SPENCER, MASSACHUSETTS 01562 

TELEPHONE (617) 885-5308 

GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '85 



Compliments of 



Michael T. McDonald 

Personal Financial Planner 



IDS/American Express Inc. 

222 Main St. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 

An American Express Company 



Bus. (617) 765-0309 



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Best Wishes Class of '85 



Russell Harrington 
Cutlery 

44 River St. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



L & B 
Roofing Co. 

Industrial 
Insured 
Residential 
Tar & Gravel 
Slate 
Shingles 
Res. 413-245-3736 
Office 617-347-9874 



Best Wishes Class of '85 

Martel Cleaners 

Formal Wear for Rent 
142 Hamilton St. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



Best Wishes to the Class of 85 
from 

Latour's Hardware 

12 Hook St. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



Compliments of 



D 



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LAVOIE TOYOTA INC. 
LAVOIE AUTO CO., INC. 
LAVOIE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC. 



WEST MAIN ST 



DUDLEY. MA 01570 



SALES 943-4400 
SALES 943-7474 



PARTS 943-2804 
SERVICE 943-4002 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

St. Anthony's Parish 
Dudley, MA. 




A.N. MCGRATH INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

328 MAIN STREET. SO UTHBRIDGE, MA 01550 



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Compliments of: 

MADORE 
Engineering Co., Inc. 

General Contractors 
68 West St. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



TEL 347-3140 

NAT'S GARAGE 

TOWING • GENERAL REPAIRS • 
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS 

RTE. 131 RFD *1 

STCIRBRIDGE, MASS. 

SOUTHBRIDGE, MA. 01550 



T P Morin & Son 

Paint & Wallpapering Contractors 
"Visit our Retail Store, Home of 
Touraine Paints" 
93 Guelphwood Rd. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



Palmerino Wholesalers, Inc. 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS OF TOBACCO, 
CIGARS, 

CIGARETTES, CANDY, PAPER PRODUCTS & 
SUNDRIES 

13 CRANE ST., SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. 01550 
PHONE: 617-764-8394 



Best Wishes to the Class of '85 
from 



MORRILL'S FUNERAL 
HOME 

Southbridge, MA. 01550 




NOTRE DAME 

PARISH 
Southbridge, MA. 

01550 
Best Wishes to the 
Senior Class 



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Congratulations 
Class of '85 




PINE GROVE MOTEL 

Rte. 131 
P.O. Box 849 
Sturbridge, Massachusetts 01566 

617-347-9673 




SturbridgeTlavel Service 



Route 131, Sturbridge. Mass ,,s 01566 
(617 ) 347-9511 



Patiuette 

M. STATIONERY CO. 



338 MAIN STREET 
SOUTHBRIOGE, MA 01550 
617-764-7031 



PATRICIA REYNOLDS 

STORE MANAGER 



5£ fyA>W 



Ph. 943-5800 



FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 

FLOWERS BY BARBARA AND ARTHLR 

Comer of William <S West Main Su. Webster, MA 





TEL 347-3863 



<Tet Uillage 

- COMPLETE PET CENTER - 



BOX 598 RTE 20 
STURBRIDGE MASS. oisee 



Marlene 



PLACE MOTOR, INC. 

Ford Sales & Service 
19 Thompson Rd., Route 193 
Webster, MA. 01570 
943-8012 
987-5347 



Best Wishes 



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ROM'S 
RESTAURANT 

Wishes 
the 

Senior Class 
Good Luck 
in the 
Future 



Route 131 
Sturbridge, MA. 



Best Wishes 
Class of '85 



TELEPHONE 764-4301 
39 ELM STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS 01 550 



Insurance 



Since 1865 



BURNHAM 
INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 



JOHN N BURNHAM 

ROBERT B MUEN2BERG 

JOHN E TAYLOR 

ROBERT B MUENZBERG. JR 



Sacred Heart 
Parish 



Southbridge, MA 
Congratulations to 
the 
Senior Class 



Congratulations 
and 
Best Wishes 
Class of '85 
from 

Quality Discount 
Shoe 

350 Main St. 
Southbridge 



Rudi's Flower 

318 Worcester St. 
Southbridge, 
MA 



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— BINGO — 
FRIDAY NITE 



SACRED HEART 
PARISH 

Southbridge, MA. 01550 
ONE OF THE 
BEST GAMES 

IN TOWN! 
Refreshments — 
Non Smoking Room — 



SOUTHBRIDGE ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES, INC. 

MAJID J. L BUYUK, M.D. - JOHN D. OOLLEY. M.D.. F.R.C.S. 



19 EVERETT STREET 
SOUTHBRIDGE. MASS. 01550 
TEL. (617) 765-5481 



GLADYS B. HUBBARD 
MEDICAL CENTER 
THOMPSON ROAD 
WEBSTER. MASS 01570 
TEL. (617) 943-5544 



Congratulations to the Class 
of '85 
"Lisa" 



(617) 765-5833 



Shear 5%rtis/ry 



36 Hamilton Street 
Southbridge, MA 



COCKTAIL LOUNGE 



AIR CONDITIONED - TV - INDIVIDUAL HEATING 



ROUTE 131 
STURBRIDGE. MASSACHUSETTS 



BUSINESS PHONE 347-9514 



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Agent for Aero Mayflower 
Tranmit Company, Inc. 
I.C.C. No. MC-3«34 



Southbridge Trucking Co., Inc. 

875 Main Street/Southbridge, MA 01550 
617-765-9178 
Industrial & Commercial Relocations 
Rigging & Building Moving 

Norman O. Cloutier 

President 



STANCO tool inc. 

S3 GOLF STREET ■ P.O. BOX 490 
SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS. OIBBO 



Quite/to/ 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Dennis Cloutier/Roberta Allred 



15 Hamilton Street 

Southbridge, Massachusetts 01550 

617-764-2189 



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Congratulations 
to the class 

of 1985 
compliments 
of 

STEVENS 
AUTOMATIC 
SALES, INC. 



Congratulations 



Sales • Service — Parts 
Fine Selection of Used Cars 



THE DRIVING FORCE 

R 1ST AT 

SUBARU 



P.O. BOX 67 
WEST MAIN STREET 
DUDLEY, MA 01570 
617-943-7072 
617-754-1655 




Stephen M. Warner 
DMD 
Orthodontist 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of '85 



Congratulations 
Class of 1985 



\ BOSTON i$ 



ZMETRA'S WOT* 

** 184 WEST MAIN ST., DUDLEY. MA 01570 

JL Y^T V> TEL. (617) 943-2382 



YOUR LOCAL KEY CO-OP STORE 



T/ie \ C HYDE/ Gtdup 




is 



54 Eastford Road 
Southbridge. MA 01550 



"The \ C HYDE/ Qfdup 



Congratulations 
From 



ST. MARY'S 

AND 
MARIANHILL 
BINGO 



CARS 



USED CARS 
AND 
TRUCKS 



TRUCKS 



MclNTYRE CHEVROLET 
ROUTE 9 

WEST BROOKFIELO, MASS. 



413-967-3459 
617-867-7701 



Good Luck Class of '85 



Mclntyre Chevrolet 



BECAUSE SO MUCH IS RIDING ON YOUR TIRES. 




DEALER NAME 
& SERVICES 



Southbridge 
Tire Company, Inc, 



136 Central St. 
Southbridge, MA 
764-6164 



Congratulations Class of 1985 

Christie and Thomson 
Auto Parts 



Congratulations Class of '85 

From Mary Ferguson 



TELS. STURBRIDGE 347-9650 347-9355 
AREA 617 

G. W. CURBOY'S AUTO PARTS, INC. 

We Sell Used Auto Parts for Every Make of Car 

We Buy Wrecks of All Kinds 
and We Sell - Repairable Cars. 

CURBOY ROAD STURBRIDGE. MASSACHUSETTS 01566 



Compliments of 

MADORE 
Engineering Co., Inc. 

General Contractors 
68 West St. 
Southbridge, MA. 01550 



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CENTER HAIRSTYLING 

Precision Haircutting • Perms 
Permanent and Semipermanent Colors 
Highlighting • Luminizing • Cellophane 

Hernia • Manicuring • Waxing 

NOW AT TWO LOCATIONS 

ELM CENTER OFFICE CENTER 

39 Elm St., Southbridge Rt. 131, Sturbridge 



764-7566 
Darcy Blake 
Barbara Harrison 
Joel Fontaine 



347-9554 
Diane Alicia 

Sharon Moreno 
Lucy Soto 
Aida Alicea 
Pegi Lanctot 
Jack Tryba 

NMJua • MS • G*M«> • S«b«tlw • Piri Nltdxll • Goldw.ll 



Specializing In Early American Reproductions, 
New Homes, Additions, Remodeling 



ARTHUR W. POIRIER, CONTRACTOR 



59 Lemoine Hill Rd. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 



1-617-764-4202 



Town House 
Coiffures 

730 Southbridge St. 
Auburn, MA. 01550 
832-2787 



Congratulation Class of '85 

From Attorney & 
Mrs. Blaise Berthiaume 



Cheap Booze 

WYMAN LIQUORS 

916 W. Main Street 
Southbridge, Mass. 



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Good Luck to the Seniors 
from 

the Classes at Marianhill 
Class of 1990 



Class of 1989 



Class of 1988 



Class of 1987 



Class of 1986 



Class of 1985 



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PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. David Kelley & Family 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Mclntyre 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Fournier, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Beaudry 

"A Friend" 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Laporte 

SPONSORS 

Tom E. & Donna J. Falls 
Bernard & Nancy Gauthier 



fflarinnliill Classics 




In above photo from left to right: Rachel Amoresano, Erin Warner, Maura 
Mclntyre, Tara Mclntyre, and Coach Cliff Muldoon. 



Gee, I hope this next pitch is a strike. 




In the top row from left to right: Assistant Coach John Pace, Justin Earls, Glenn Purcell, Dave Kelley, Daryl Caouette, Dave Christensen, and Coach 
Ron Mayes. Bottom row from left to right: Mike Beaudry, Steve Morrill, Captain Ron Motyka, and Scott Ellis. Missing: Ernie Thayer, Mike Brunstetter, 
and Sonny Splaine. 




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1985 Com me 




ncement 1985 




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^Heaven — from 1985 




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